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Pack Her Bags & Send Her Out The Door.

When you decided to marry your wife, you did so because you love her. You wanted to spend the rest of your life with someone who is a beautiful human being. She is caring and supportive, positive and fun. Your wife is easy to talk to and she listens. You have the same goals in life, the same perspective on things. You want to accomplish together. She is a good friend, good partner and good company. She makes you happy.

You, on the other hand, are the best thing that ever happened to her.

You too are caring and supportive. Strong, sensitive, and attentive. You will do everything in your power so she is safe and happy. You are her strength. You are a man of honor, integrity and pride. You stand tall and proud. When you married her, you promised to be the best husband you can be. You promised to bring your best qualities and characteristics to the marriage.

Life catches you off guard now and then, giving you no time to breathe. You go on with life’s mundane tasks. Your wife simply goes on taking care of everybody she loves while forgetting to do the same for herself. She is busy making sure everyone is fine, not realizing how much she has neglected herself. When you realize your wife has neglected herself, you will also realize the vibe in your home has changed. You will notice it does not have the same energy it used to have. More importantly, you will recognize a relationship between your wife’s mood and the vibe of your home. Your wife sets the tone in the home. The home mirrors her. Pay attention to your wife. If you want to change the mood in your home, step in and take care of her.

When you do something for your wife, it means taking care of the things that occupy her mind; things that overwhelm her. It would be useless if you send her somewhere like a spa, and instead of relaxing she would preoccupy herself with what awaits her when she returns home. So pay attention to what keeps her busy in the head and assure her you will handle whatever it is that is preoccupying her. Assure her she has nothing to worry about.

Go get her travel bag and get it packed. Send her out the door to wherever she wants to go so she can rejuvenate herself. The rejuvenation is not that she gets to go and have a time of her own, it is the realization that whatever preoccupied her mind is not preoccupying her anymore. When she returns, you’ll have a happy wife in your hands. A happy wife means a happy home, and a happy home means a happy husband.

About the author

Dr. Tseday is a clinical psychologist and one of the country's leading experts in marriage, relationships, and self development. She advocates a unique and at times controversial approach to the dynamics of marriage and personal development, the necessary element for a successful relationship. Read more »

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